Kim Roselier

Was just browsing around the internet, and tripped over the work of Kim Roselier. After brushing my brain off, and taking a closer look, I couldn’t be more pleasantly surprised. Caught somewhere between analog and digital, her work is so clean and beautiful with some raw subjects at times. I can’t help but Ooh and […]

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William Grill’s Wolves

William Grill is an English Illustrator who recently released a book The Wolves of Currumpaw and his sketches are fascinating. William spent a week in New Mexico, where he sketched at a wolf sanctuary. The story is based on Lobo the Wolf and Thomas Seton seeking him out to kill him for a reward. View […]

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Handle with Care

“The photos aim to capture modern day sexism and some of the pressures that women face in society today.” I can’t honestly telly you how many times I’ve heard these phrases, I feel you Röra, I do. Röra Blue is an artist recently on my radar because of the Handle with Care series of photos. […]


Stuffed Fantasy Creatures by Nafantano on Etsy

I’m pretty sure the world can stop looking for the cutest stuffed animals ever made. While yes, they are stuffed animals, they are more a work of art. Each piece is handcrafted with quality materials, are posable, and cost around $390 each to own one of your very own. Check out Nafantano’s work on Etsy.

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Journals – a source of inspiration

I’m immediately drawn in when I see a photo of someone else’s journal. Maybe because we think there will be some key or hint to their creativity, to an inside look – into their creativity, their thoughts, their lives. But recently I’ve been looking around to see what other artist’s use, what they put into […]


Fin Lee and the art of a David Bowie tribute

A wonderful interview and look at the process behind the costumes for the Lady Gaga tribute to David Bowie at the 2016 Grammy Awards. What an amazing gig to get, and what an inspiring way to apply her illustration skills! Most surprising bit? Using shrinky dink to make pins for the costumes! Interview on Design*Sponge […]


Beth Cavener

I saved a video from Swiss Miss a while back, and finally took the time to watch it. I am in awe of Beth Cavener’s work! While it was at first reminiscent of carved carousel animals, I found them to be entirely unique and stunning. I immediately went to search for her work on Google, […]


The Slate

I’ve been experimenting in various ways to bridge the gap between analog and digital, but all devices have fallen flat because I couldn’t use my own familiar tools. The supplied pens or pen tools are still too clunky! Recently a video came across my Facebook feed for something called the Slate. It’s a ring and […]


Post Office Blues

I recently visited a post office branch in the Norristown area, and was in awe at the WPA paintings within the building. While the employee at the counter didn’t know much about them, I couldn’t help myself but to do a little online research for United States post office murals. The paintings in the Norristown […]


Janet Hill

I am absolutely obsessed with the paintings of Janet Hill Studio. I don’t think there’s a single piece that I don’t like, and how often can you say that?! I can’t remember exactly how I discovered her work, but just take a look at the sampling below – and you’ll see why I can’t stay […]